REVOKING OF THE DISPENSATION FROM OBLIGATION TO ATTEND MASS:
From Bishop Sylvester David – The dispensation from obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and on holy days has been revoked. We revert to normal practice of obligatory Mass attendance.
NB: COVID 19 Protocols: Easing of restrictions – June 2022 – read more
- MASKS: By law, you are no longer required to wear a mask. Since we still need to practice caution, it is therefore your personal choice if you would like to continue wearing a mask inside church.
- CONTACT: We appeal for sensitivity to those who still feel unsafe and will be hesitant to shake hands or to hug others.
- ARRIVAL: You are required to continue sanitizing and avoid crowding at the entrance point. You however no longer have to sign in and take your temperature.
- SEATING: Social distancing in benches is no longer required – every seat and bench can now be used. If you however don’t feel comfortable, you’re welcome to find an isolated seat. No seats can however be reserved for this purpose.
- CRY CHAPEL: Our Cry Chapel is meant for one parent + child/children – not the whole family.
- COMMUNION: When coming up for Communion please continue to keep 1 metre apart.
- EXIT: Leaving church remains a “hot spot”. Pleave from the back, keep social distancing and avoid crowding the exit point.
- Holy Mass – 7.30am, 9.30am (live streamed via Facebook or YouTube) & 6.00pm
- French Mass – Holy Mass 3.00pm (2nd & 4th Sundays of the month)
- Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) – 5.00pm
- Holy Mass – 6.00pm
- Stations of the Cross – 7.00pm
- Novena – 7.00pm
- Petitions and thanksgivings are read out and prayed for at Novena (box at back of church)
Mondays to Saturdays (and Public Holidays)
- Holy Mass – 8.30am
Contact the Parish Office to make an appointment to see the Parish Priest for:
- Weddings – read more re – the Sacrament of Matrimony